Former USC quarterback Mitch Mustain was taken into police custody on Tuesday night following suspicions of prescription drug sales.
Mustain first faced $30,000 in bail, however that number was eventually lowered to $10,000. Mustain is currently sitting in jail, with no bail posted according to Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson Bruce Borihanh, he currently faces a felony narcotics charge.
According to ESPN:
The arrest occurred shortly after 8 p.m. PT Tuesday in the San Fernando Valley by the West Valley division of the LAPD, and Mustain was booked at the Van Nuys jail at 10:44 p.m.
The arrest comes as the 22-year-old QB was preparing to take part in the upcoming NFL draft, working out at USC facilities earlier this week.
During his only start during his four year college football career Mustain lost at home to Notre Dame with a final score of 20-16.
Mustain has went from one of the most sought after high school players in the sports history to sitting in jail before the draft, talk about a fall from grace.